I forgot to post this in all of the mayhem these past few weeks but this is my new video titled “Boomerang” shot and directed by Jeremy Biggers and produced by Blue, the Misfit. Do me a favor and spread this around!
Taaag teeeam back again!
If you’re not a 90s baby you prolly wont get that reference but o well, I still love you!
Me and Jeremy Biggers return for another visual to drop on yall fools for the 99-2000. I introduce a song called “MPH” short for “Mil (as in million) per hour”. This isnt another song about money or a song about a rapper making you feel useless. This is a song that I feel that anybody with a dashboard can relate too. I encourage everyone to learn their worth and not apologize for making demands that properly compensate their skill set no matter what it may be. This video is dear to me because I recently broke my arm so rather than sit and around and sulk in the pain, my sister Sam made me a cool faux (killa loves the animals) fur sling and we got to work! Fun Fact. There are 2 versions of this video: we have the 99 version that’s holding it down for an era that I know and love and we have the 2000 version for all of you “it has to be HD” heads!
feel free to watch both!
and special shoutout to Vicious ViVi and her crew of amazing women that helped bring this video to life!
Go Spread the Word!
Yo, waddup! I wanna take the time out to give you an exclusive look of a new track from my upcoming project “Gate Keeper”, which will be a full length LP available for digital download this spring. This song is called “The List”. I consider this song my response to being snubbed from various hip hop discussions throughout the Dallas media. I felt that rather than complain about it via twitter and Facebook, I would take the hip hop approach and release my frustrations through music. With that being said, award winning video director and good friend of mine, Jeremy Biggers, lent his talents in helping me bring the song to life in a visual that encompasses my roots in both 90s hip hop and African American culture. With scenes reminiscent of Black Panther Party photos from the 70s fused with quintessential hip hop imagery of the 90s, I feel this music video accurately represents who I am and I hope that others can connect with my agenda to speak out against groups who refuse to acknowledge the realness that Killa is bringing in 2015.
Disclaimer: This song and video do contain profane language and it is not recommended that you blast the record at maximum volume levels while at your place of employment. Maximum volume is however recommended for homes, clubs, cars, bars and social hangouts.
Thank you for your continued support. If you should decide to share this video, please feel free to tag me on your social networks i.e. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, under the name 88Killa.
its about that time folks. Apparently people have been out here making “panels” and top 10 rap list again and I seemingly get left out of the conversation. Now this usually isn’t a problem, but with so much blasphemy and disrespect going on within these circle jerks they call “discussions” its only right that I decide to air out my thoughts/opinions through the music. With that being said, I’ve enlisted the award winning video director Jeremy Biggers to bring the song to life. I HOPE it pisses certain people off and I HOPE it makes other “artist/s” feel some type of way. Shoutout to my man Big Sergio that was in the cut taking photos, and heres a few glimpses of whats going on.
the good people that put on the Indie in the Big D events decided to include me in on the wrap of their End of Summer Showcase event. They are really cool people and the events are always fun to be apart of so it was something i definitely wanted to do. Check out this cool interview they were able to compile and be sure to head over to their site to stay updated on all the cool things they plan to do!